Globe And Mail Cutting Weekday Arts, Life, Sports Sections
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Globe And Mail Cutting Weekday Arts, Life, Sports Sections
The paper will be down to just news and business as standalone sections at least four days a week

The Globe and Mail plans to reduce the number of sections in its weekday print product starting in December, CANADALAND has learned. News and Report on Business would survive as standalone sections, with Life & Arts coverage folded into the former and Sports into the latter, as part of a larger redesign of the paper.

Final details remain undecided, but several sources connected to the paper expressed concern that the changes would result in a net loss of arts coverage.

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